All popular web browsers provided a special feature which allows user to surf internet in private mode. In private mode, all your browsing history will be cleared once web browser is closed and your browsing history will never be stored locally. In this article learn how to open each browsing session in private mode and enable private mode internet browsing default.
Enable private mode internet browsing default:
In this article you will learn how to enable private mode web browsing by default using Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Firefox.
Normally, when you are browsing a web page, your PC request the IP address for that website from default DNS server. This information is cashed locally on your computer to speed up the future access to the that web page. This is even true when you are in private browsing mode.
1 Internet Explorer:
In Internet Explorer Properties window, navigate to Shortcut tab. In Shortcut tab has the field called Target and there you will see the full execution path for iexplore.exe. To open each browsing session in private mode, iexplore.exe has to be executed with command option –private. So, you would need to modify the target execution path by appending the command option –private at the end of the string.
2 Google Chrome:
In Google Chrome Properties window, navigate to Shortcut tab. In Shortcut tab has the field called Target and there you will see the full execution path for chrome.exe. To open each browsing session in private mode, chrome.exe has to be executed with command option –incognito. So, you would need to modify the target execution path by appending the command option – incognito at the end of the string.
3 Mozilla Firefox:
In Mozilla Firefox browser windows, click on menu Tools -> Options. In the Options window, navigate to Privacy tab. In Privacy tab, find the field Firefox will under group History. Click on the drop down menu and select Never Remember History option item.
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